MTB, Training, Nutrition – World Champion Kate Courtney

Kate Courtney joins us to talk about her World Championship win in the Mountain Bike XCO (cross country Olympic) discipline and what went into that huge performance. If you want to watch Kate and the world’s best mountain biking athletes, tune in to Red Bull TV to catch all the action. If you enjoy the show, please consider … Continue reading MTB, Training, Nutrition – World Champion Kate Courtney

Sport Nutrition, Altitude, Heat – Stacy Sims

Dr. Stacy Sims joins us today to share her experience in altitude, heat and the sex differences in sports training and nutrition. Stacy has worked with many organizations including Clif-Bar, USA Cycling, Standford University and her own company Osmo nutrition. Follow Stacy Sims  Get ROAR – By Stacy Sims and Selene Yeager DOWNLOAD THIS CONSUMMATE … Continue reading Sport Nutrition, Altitude, Heat – Stacy Sims

Triathlon, Nutrition & Balance – Nicole Loher

Nicole Loher joins us to talk about triathlon, eating for health and performance, getting up early, fashion vs. fitness and how it all fits together in ‘balance’. Follow Nicole on Instagram    DOWNLOAD THIS CONSUMMATE ATHLETE EPISODE iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/consummate-athlete-podcast/ RSS/Play Live/Google: http://consummateathlete.wideanglepodium.libsynpro.com/ MP3: DOWNLOAD   Check out Shred-Girls.com to learn about the upcoming book series by Molly Hurford … Continue reading Triathlon, Nutrition & Balance – Nicole Loher

Cyclocross, nutrition, yoga, running – Mo Bruno Roy

Retired Pro CX racer Mo Bruno Roy joins Molly today to talk about her journey in CX, massage, running, relationships, yoga, ultimate frisbee, vegan diets and more. The Show is sponsored by Shred-Girls.com  Now Available on Amazon Don’t forget to check out www.wideanglepodium.com for show info, other WAP podcasts and to become a Donating Member (free bonuses!) Visit W.A.P. Download … Continue reading Cyclocross, nutrition, yoga, running – Mo Bruno Roy

80:20 Triathlon – Matt Fitzgerald

Matt Fitzgerald joins us today to talk about applying polarized training, or the 80:20 concept of training, to triathlon. We also talk about nutrition and training concepts generally. You may have missed Matt the first time he was on the podcast talking about his amazing book ‘the endurance diet’ ->find that episode here Buy his … Continue reading 80:20 Triathlon – Matt Fitzgerald

Mountain Running & Big Air Skiing – Julian Carr

Widely recognized for the biggest airs in skiing, Julian Carr has been featured in seven Warren Miller films, developing a reputation not only for big airs, but for all around skiing. He’s received a ‘Photo of the Year’ award from Powder Magazine, won the prestigious Sickbird Award on the Freeskiing World Tour, and he holds two world … Continue reading Mountain Running & Big Air Skiing – Julian Carr

Biggest Mistakes! Q & A June 2018

Today we share a few of our biggest athletic and health mistakes over the year. Guided by your questions and feedback we cover a few different areas. Gear Nutrition Training Mental Training/Psychology and more! If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting it through http://www.wideanglepodium.com/donate … there are bonus episodes and bonus goodies if you … Continue reading Biggest Mistakes! Q & A June 2018

Over-training & BMX – John Badessa

John Badessa is a former world-champion BMX racer and Category 1 road cyclist from Rhode Island. He is the creator of CyclingJunk.com, an online cycling marketplace, and Fit2BeSick.com, a site dedicated to preventing athletes from overtraining. DOWNLOAD THIS CONSUMMATE ATHLETE EPISODE iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/consummate-athlete-podcast/ RSS/Play Live/Google: http://consummateathlete.wideanglepodium.libsynpro.com/ http://traffic.libsyn.com/consummateathlete/john_badessa.mp3 Check out Shred-Girls.com to learn about the upcoming book series … Continue reading Over-training & BMX – John Badessa

Beyond Sweet Spot – Frank Overton

Cycling coach Frank Overton joins us to talk all things sweet spot, motor pacing and the importance of lifestyle factors like nutrition and sleep for masters athletes. You will learn about: sweet spot training, fatigue dependent training plan design, polarized training, race-specific training, MONK Mode, nutrition & lifestyle, using the WHOOP like a power meter for your … Continue reading Beyond Sweet Spot – Frank Overton